Journal, December 1841–December 1842

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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6 November 1842 • Sunday

Sunday 6th. At home all day. In the P.M. had a visit from Dr .—

7 November 1842 • Monday

Monday 7th. Spent this A.M. in Council with and some of the  Twelve, and in giving instructions concerning the contemplated Journey  to on the 15th. of December next, and what course ought to  be pursued in reference to the case of Bankruptcy.
In the P.M. Esqr arrived, and the president called upon  some of the Twelve and others to testify before what they  knew in reference to the appointment of Trustee in Trust &c, shewing  also from the records that president Joseph was authorised by the church  to purchase and hold property in the name of the church, and that he  had acted in all things according to the council given to him.

8 November 1842 • Tuesday

Tuesday 8th. This A.M. called upon and others to make affidavits  concerning the frauds and irregularities practised in the Post Office.  A petition was drawn and signed by many and sent by  to with a request that the latter should present the  petition to the Post Master General and use his influence to have the  present post master removed and a new one appointed. president Joseph  was recommended for the appointment.
In the P.M. sat in court at his house as mayor.

9 November 1842 • Wednesday

Wednesday 9th. Paid E[rie] Rhodes $436.93 being the amount of three notes due for the  N.W quarter of section 9— 6 North 8 West.

10–12 November 1842 • Thursday–Saturday

Saturday 12th. This day and also friday and the thursday was spent in the city  council—

13 November 1842 • Sunday

Sunday 13th. At home all day

14 November 1842 • Monday

Monday 14th. In the city council—

16 November 1842 • Wednesday

Wednesday 16th. Started in company with up the

22 November 1842 • Tuesday

Tuesday 22nd. This day returned home

23 November 1842 • Wednesday

Wednesday 23rd. At home all day

26 November 1842 • Saturday

Saturday 26th. At home nearly all day. Went to visit E[lde]r. who was taken  sick very suddenly. Tarried 2 or three hours in council &c.

27 November 1842 • Sunday

Sunday 27th. At home. Visited E[lde]r .

28 November 1842 • Monday

Monday 28th. At home all day. Some charges having been instituted by the stone cutter<s>  against the Committee, at president Josephs request the parties  appeared at his house this day to have the difficulties settled. An investigation [p. 210]

6 November 1842 • Sunday

Sunday 6th. At home all day. In the P.M. had a visit from Dr .—

7 November 1842 • Monday

Monday 7th. Spent this A.M. in Council with and some of the Twelve, and in giving instructions concerning the contemplated Journey to on the 15th. of December next, and what course ought to be pursued in reference to the case of Bankruptcy.
In the P.M. Esqr arrived, and the president called upon some of the Twelve and others to testify before what they knew in reference to the appointment of Trustee in Trust &c, shewing also from the records that president Joseph was authorised by the church to purchase and hold property in the name of the church, and that he had acted in all things according to the council given to him.

8 November 1842 • Tuesday

Tuesday 8th. This A.M. called upon and others to make affidavits concerning the frauds and irregularities practised in the Post Office. A petition was drawn and signed by many and sent by to with a request that the latter should present the petition to the Post Master General and use his influence to have the present post master removed and a new one appointed. president Joseph was recommended for the appointment.
In the P.M. sat in court at his house as mayor.

9 November 1842 • Wednesday

Wednesday 9th. Paid Erie Rhodes $436.93 being the amount of three notes due for the N.W quarter of section 9— 6 North 8 West.

10–12 November 1842 • Thursday–Saturday

Saturday 12th. This day and also friday and the thursday was spent in the city council—

13 November 1842 • Sunday

Sunday 13th. At home all day

14 November 1842 • Monday

Monday 14th. In the city council—

16 November 1842 • Wednesday

Wednesday 16th. Started in company with up the

22 November 1842 • Tuesday

Tuesday 22nd. This day returned home

23 November 1842 • Wednesday

Wednesday 23rd. At home all day

26 November 1842 • Saturday

Saturday 26th. At home nearly all day. Went to visit Elder. who was taken sick very suddenly. Tarried 2 or three hours in council &c.

27 November 1842 • Sunday

Sunday 27th. At home. Visited Elder .

28 November 1842 • Monday

Monday 28th. At home all day. Some charges having been instituted by the stone cutters against the Committee, at president Josephs request the parties appeared at his house this day to have the difficulties settled. An investigation [p. 210]
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